Labor Day Boating Accidents

Posted on September 1st, 2020 in Personal Injury

In 2018, the U.S. Coast Guard found that more than 100 of the 633 boating fatalities across the country were alcohol-related, and impairment was the leading contributor to deaths. In Pennsylvania, statistics were similar, with 3 out of 14 of boating-related fatalities being alcohol or drug impairment-related. With the 2020 Labor Day holiday weekend days […]

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Students Forced to Sign COVID-19 Liability Waivers: Is it Legal?

Posted on August 25th, 2020 in Civil Right

Pennsylvania State University faced backlash from students and parents after requiring students to sign a liability agreement and assume all risk of COVID-19 prior to returning to campus for the fall semester. Now the university has taken a step back and will provide students an alternate legal agreement regarding coronavirus. The original agreement stated, “I […]

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Can I be forced to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

Posted on August 18th, 2020 in Civil Right

As the world prepares for a potential end to the novel coronavirus with a vaccine, it’s no surprise that many Americans are skeptical about receiving a vaccine this quickly. In fact, reports suggest that only two-thirds of adults would willingly get the vaccine. While that may or may not protect them from COVID-19, that is […]

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Can Teachers Sue for Personal Injury Due to COVID-19?

Posted on August 12th, 2020 in Personal Injury

The more than 120,000 public school teachers in Pennsylvania are preparing for a return to the classroom, which will be a bit different in the COVID-19 era. However, many are concerned that in-person instruction can lead to health complications not just for the students, but teachers and staff as well. Studies suggest children are faring […]

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When You Are Refused Service

Posted on August 4th, 2020 in Civil Right

You’ve likely seen the signs in storefront windows reading, “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service.” While that has been accepted as the societal norm of proper conduct inside public establishments, many wonder when does a common sense refusal of service become an infringement of personal rights? Here’s what you need to know when you are […]

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Helping Your Child Through The Divorce

Posted on July 28th, 2020 in Divorce

When we talk about divorce, we often focus on the financial and emotional ramifications it has on the separating couple. However, one of the biggest victims in a divorce are children who are involved. While we discuss the importance of child custody plans and support payments, knowing the emotional toll a divorce can have on […]

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How to Choose a Divorce Attorney

Posted on July 24th, 2020 in Divorce

Divorce can be complicated and heartbreaking. With so much in jeopardy including marital assets, child custody, support payments, and more, you know you need a trusted attorney to get you through this troubling time. But how do you choose a divorce attorney? Follow these seven steps to find a divorce attorney that not only works […]

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The Expenses of Divorce

Posted on July 15th, 2020 in Divorce

Divorce is expensive. But being stuck in a marriage or abusive relationship is much more damaging. While the outright costs of divorce may have you to believe you should stick it out, there are ways you can navigate a Pennsylvania divorce. If you have questions about the expenses of divorce, Attorney Craig Kalinoski is here […]

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Medical Negligence: What You Need To Know

Posted on July 8th, 2020 in Personal Injury

We trust our lives to those in the medical field on a daily basis. Be it for urgent needs, health updates, or even just yearly checkups. But when a doctor fails to put your care at the forefront, you may suffer a serious injury, harm, or even death. If you have been a victim of […]

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Fourth of July Safety: Personal Injury

Posted on June 30th, 2020 in Personal Injury

Last weekend, emergency personnel were called to a home in Scranton after a man died as a result of a “firework mishap,” according to reports. Officials believe the man died instantly after the firework exploded while he was trying to light it. With many families preparing for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, Kalinoski Law […]

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